Air Conditioning Install
Around the Del Rio, TX area it stays fairly warm all year. In fact, the average annual temperature is 85 and not uncommon to exceed 100 degrees Fahrenheit according to usclimatedata.com. This is why it’s only natural that air conditioning plays an important part in all of our lives here in Del Rio. Air conditioning gives us comfort when we’re at home spending time with the family or entertaining guests, and it gives us comfort when we’re working in the office. Delivering and maintaining comfort is the main purpose of any air conditioning system. Wanting to upgrade to a new air conditioner? Air conditioning installation is not an easy task. That’s why you should leave it up to our team of experts at One Hour Air Conditioning and Heating Del Rio. We specialize in air conditioning installation no matter what model or brand you would like. Whether you want to install a new HVAC system, window unit or central air conditioning, we’ve got the knowledge, resources and proper tools to get the job done efficiently and swiftly. Maybe you’re buying a new home, or perhaps you’re remodeling an older home? This is when you should be thinking about air conditioning installation. When selecting an air conditioning system, keep in mind that each type has its pros and cons. Some options for you include:
- Central Air
This type of air conditioning does a great job of cooling your entire house at a consistent temperature as the system blasts cold air through vents that can be found throughout your building. It also provides you with cleaner, filtered air and allows you to install a programmable thermostat if you wish.
- Room Units
Room unit air conditioners can cool from 100 to 650 square feet depending on the size of the unit. They are places in wall holes or windows and may cool more than one room if properly placed. Room units have a lower noise output than other types of air conditioners, but still have high efficiency.
- A Mini Split System
Mini Split system air conditioners are excellent systems to be used in both residential and commercial buildings. They are similar to central air conditioning systems as they have two core components, the outdoor condenser and the indoor air-handling unit. These systems are great with zoning, and they are also efficient and quiet.
- Evaporative Coolers
Evaporative coolers help to evaporate water in the air, causing it to change from a liquid to a gas, which takes heat from the environment and makes it cooler. These systems perform the same process that happens when sweat evaporates from your skin. One of the main advantages of these systems is that they do not emit green house gasses as they don’t use HCFCs or CFCs for cooling. They are also good for your skin, wood furniture and fabrics since they add moisture to the home. We know it’s a difficult decision to choose the best system, but don’t worry. Our team of experts will discuss your needs before advising you on the systems most fitting for your needs and home set up. Call our team today to get your air conditioning installation process started. We’ll be here ready to help!